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Teacher in sexual assault case involving 22 children

A teacher is accused of sexually assaulting 22 children, most attending the school where he worked, and posting the videos online.

Pol Lt Gen Surachate said this was one of the four cases of sexual assault and human trafficking which had been tackled by the Thailand Internet Crime Against Children (TICAC) unit under Provincial Police Region 3.

In the first case, the TICAC was supplied with information by the National Centre for Missing & Exploited Children, via the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, about a social media account using the name “Learning Thai language with Khru Art” which had been uploaded with pornographic material.

The information led to the arrest of Nantaphan Chanaphai, a teacher at a school in Nakhon Ratchasima, under a court warrant.

Police found mobile phones and desktop computers loaded with tens of thousands of pornographic videos in his home. 639 were clips showing sexual abuse of children, recorded by the teacher himself on his mobile phones. Most of the children were students at a school where he had worked since 2020.

A total of 22 children were victims in this case.

In the other case, Baramee Thongthip, 22, a male student at a university in Nakhon Ratchasima, was arrested after a woman filed a police complaint which said the student had lured her 15-year-old son into having sexual intercourse with him, recorded it and posted the video on the internet.

During the arrest, police examined his mobile phone and found pornographic  videos and still photos. Two involved the complainant’s 15-year-old son.

Mr Baramee allegedly admitted to having posted messages online inviting people to have sex with him. He used a mobile phone to record their sexual activities and posted the videos online for a group of about 1,500 members. The membership fee was 200-250 baht.

Police examined his bank account and found about a million baht was moved through it.

Credit Bangkok Post

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